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432 PARK AVENUE, NEW YORK’S TALLEST RESIDENTIAL TOWER TO COMPLETE SPRING 2016

Co-developers, CIM Group and Macklowe Properties unveil the first completed model resident at 432 Park Avenue, offering a glimpse into what future residents can except at this coveted Manhattan address. Scheduled for completion in spring 2016, the extraordinarily graceful tower designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly, is the tallest residential building in New York City and the Western Hemisphere.

432_Park_Avenue (CIM Group and Macklowe Properties) 432_Park_North_View (Richard Berenholtz)Ascending 1,396 feet, the residences located on Park Avenue between 56th and 57th Streets, will set the benchmark for sky-high living with their commitment to precision, quality and sophistication. The perfectly square 96-storey tower features 104 residences, each with oversized 10-foot-by-10-foot windows that frame the unsurpassed views of Central Park, the Hudson and East Rivers, Atlantic Ocean, and many iconic Manhattan buildings and avenues.

Equaling the building’s elegant external architecture, the interiors of 432 Park Avenue envisioned by celebrated design architect, Deborah Berke, epitomize sophistication. The 4,082-square-foot model residence has three bedrooms, four full bathrooms, including double master baths, a powder room and a library. Details that are representative of the apartments throughout 432 Park Avenue include a 12’6” finished ceiling height, private elevator landing, gracious entrance gallery, windowed eat-in kitchen with marble breakfast bar, oak flooring, and master bathrooms featuring statuary book-matched marble floors and walls, a freestanding soaking tub and a 1,200-pound solid cubic Bianco Sivec marble countertop.

432 Park Avenue was designed from the inside out, with a focus on creating uncompromised column-free layouts. Deborah Berke has created gracious spaces that blend modern design with the grandeur of Park Avenue pre-war residences, while emphasizing the framing of the views in every room.

The residence sets a benchmark for New York living by creating an atmosphere of timeless luxury, quality and sophistication. Handpicked furniture adorns the space with a mixture of classic Elizabeth Eakins silk rugs, a gold leaf Yves Klein coffee table, a hand-poured, sculpted glass chandelier by John Pomp and other custom-designed furnishings. Working in conjunction with the Ryan Lee Gallery, works by Donald Sultan, Ellsworth Kelly, Clifford Ross, Kiki Smith and others are prominently displayed. The residence reflects a relationship between art and design, molding an environment that is inspiring and beautiful through the exhibited works of art and the materials used.

432 Park Avenue offers residents an unprecedented quality of sky-high living with spectacular views complemented by services and amenities on par with a five-star luxury hotel – all in a setting that is private to residents. The 30,000 square feet of amenities are highlighted by a private restaurant and outdoor terrace overlooking 57th Street and the Four Seasons Hotel. Additional amenities for residents include a 75-foot indoor swimming pool, which affords swimmers abundant natural light and city views; a state-of-the-art fitness center and spa featuring a yoga studio, sauna and steam room and treatment suites; conference venue; billiards room; screening room and performance venue. The building’s handpicked staff will provide in-suite catering, concierge, 24-hour doorman, and valet parking services.

Current availability at 432 Park Avenue includes the model residence, select half-floor apartments and full-floor penthouses ranging in price from $16.95 million to $82.5 million.